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  • Jim McDonald
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    Absolutely great project!

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  • Linda In Phoenix
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    Very festive Christmas decoration indeed.

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  • NC Scroller
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    I agree it is a keeper. Thank you.

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  • theframer
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    Hi Alex,

    This outstanding, any child would love to receive this.
    Can you go back to your pattern file and add a nail placement mark on the 25 days?

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  • alexscrollsaw
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    Christmas calendar (my best Christmas project)

    I had this idea last year in December, unfortunately it was too late for Christmas calendar, you dont even imagine how I was waiting to make this project and finally time is came!
    think it is my Best Christmas scroll saw pattern:
    - this pattern consist of 25 small Christmas ornaments, so You can make multi-layered calendar
    - or just separate Christmas tree toys or decorations
    - finished project is great present for kids before Christmas for marking dates or counting days till Christmas by hanging ornaments
    - any scroller will be happy to get high quality and detailed pattern like this one
    All ornaments made at one cute style, size of project is 12 x 16,5 inches, recommended wood thickness 1/8 inch
    Watch the the video of making Christmas calendar
    Christmas calendar pattern
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